Master of the Pit
- Joined May 10, 2012
Your talking about the curvature of the tank bottom....leaving less contact area?
On just about any wood burning smoker , your going to have hot spots to engineer around. On a reverse flow, its mainly where the heat enters the cooking chamber and has to make a turn horizontally to flow under the reverse flow plate. Its fairly small and a baffle plate normally takes care of the problem, absorbing the heat instead of the reverse flow plate.let me ask you a question on reverse flow. I see how you have a plate going from the firebox to cooking chamber below the baffle. Is there a hot spot there still after you do that?
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